Yankees relievers Joba Chamberlain and Mariano Rivera have smoothed over an incident that occurred before Saturday night's game in Kansas City. It happened while Rivera was talking to reporters in the dugout about an emotional meeting with local fans earlier in the day. Chamberlain was standing on the field and yelling over the dugout to members of his family, who had shown up for the game.
At one point, Rivera told Chamberlain to lower his voice. Once Rivera's interview was done, Chamberlain told Rivera in front of reporters: "Don't ever shush me." On Sunday, Chamberlain said the two met and put the issue to rest. Chamberlain also threw 30 pitches in a bullpen session and said he'll throw an inning in a rehab assignment Tuesday for Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes Barre in Toledo. Chamberlain has been out since late April with a strained right oblique.